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Wreckage of the Star-Freighter: Multilevel terrain layout - STL files


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This is a good looking multi-level crashed spaceship terrain set for wargaming/skirmish gaming. I'm looking forward to printing pieces up so my Five Parsecs From Home team of salvagers have an actual starship crash site to loot valuables recover salvage from.  This is also pay-what-you-like, and has already passed the main goals and is working on stretch goals.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/digitaltaxidermy/wreckage-of-the-star-freighter-multi-level-terrain-layouts

 

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